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Old 05-05-2008, 03:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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So I set up my sync software a few days ago after recieving my 4gb microsd card. At that time I was able to transfer about 400mb worth of songs to the device without issue. I have been using the music player without any problems. I also have taken several pictures on the card since. Today I attempted to transfer more media files. However, when I click on the media card in the media manager window, I get the error message: "Activate Mass Storage Mode". This is despite already having done this properly (yes, I went into options > media card and it's already activated). Has anyone else run into this problem? What was the solution?
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I have not seen that error, no.

My first recommendation, remove from the USB, pull the battery and reboot the device.

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Reconnect to the PC via USB and attempt again.
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That was my first thought too. I've rebooted the device as well as my computer without resolving the problem.
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IF you have Mass Storage Mode enabled, then don't open Desktop Manager, nor Media Manager.

Open My Computer, or your PC file manager and go to the removable drive (sometimes about F:// on your PC. Transfer your files by simple drag and drop.

How do I add media files to my microSD card? - BlackBerryFAQ
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I have Mass Storage Enabled and I still can not see my device in my computer. What is going on? I have desktop manager closed.
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What model do you have? Your profile here says 7230, which won't have a Mass Storage function.
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I have Mass Storage Enabled and I still can not see my device in my computer. What is going on? I have desktop manager closed.
Do you see anything in "My Computer" for a "removable dreve" in the e or f slot? If you already have another device in the e:, f: or g: slot, unplug those or rename those drives to something higher like m: or n:. The Media Card on the BlackBerry likes to in e f or g, as I recall.

ALSO, do you have your USB to the BB plugged in to the PC's main USB slots--not a hub or monitor USB port, direct to the back of the PC--not the front, either.
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Yes it is plugged into a main slot.
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